The principal objective of the CILT is "To promote and encourage the art and science of logistics and transport" which it achieves both through its membership and professional qualifications.
In 1999, the Chartered Institute of Transport and the Institute of Logistics (IoL) combined activities to become the Institute of Logistics and Transport (IOLT). The word 'Chartered' was adopted into the title in 2004, creating the current title of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
No Flying Cars but Carbon Quotas Loom; Evolution Based on Long Term Sustainability and 'Back-to-the-Future' Solutions Could Provide Some of the Answers to the Nation's Transport Problems, Says Steve Agg, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) UK, in the Organisation's 80th Anniversary Report
Jan 02, 2007; Byline: Steve Agg Rather than looking back, the Institute has decided to look forward to the next 80 years by using some of the...